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Jan 5, 2013 6:30pm EST
get chillielear consistent answers from the cia and the pentagon. they operate different drone programs under different rules. what is a decision-making framework of who falls into the category of legal target ability? that is one of the problems. >> we have another question. >> in this context, the principles are no different than any legal force. i do not understand how drones are somehow different from new technology. the responsibility remains exactly the same. the clarity and the communications with the public, these are exactly the same. i do not see drones creating an additional legal or moral responsibility that should not already be addressed for nontraditional mechanisms. >> go ahead. >> we use drones in a very vague war on terror. we use drones in very different areas to survey trafficking and other parts. also getting into the civil criminal law, one of the major problem's icy i would like to know your take -- that i see that i would like to know your take on is that drones are three things at the same time. they collect information so they are and intelligence serv
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